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20 furry tales

My daughters love PBS Kids. It is our go to channel for them because they enjoy every single show on it – and they also learn so much from watching it. Their shows help them learn things like math, spelling, animal facts, and more! There is not one TV show on PBS Kids that I do not like. We recently received a new DVD titled “20 Furry Tales” that features a collection of my girls’ favorite shows. We did not even have it in the house for 10 minutes before it was in the DVD player. My 4 year immediately opened it all by herself and handed it to me to put it in. This is a great collection of some pretty awesome (and educational) TV shows. You can’t beat it for the price (just $6.99, exclusively at Walmart). I think this would make a great addition to anyone’s DVD collection – or even a great stocking stuffer!

Dogs, cats, a rabbit, a monkey, a hamster and a camel are just some of the animals featured in stories on the new DVD “20 FURRY TALES.” This DVD, which includes approximately four hours of adventures, is available exclusively at Walmart stores. It features stories and clips from Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Caillou, WordWorld, Super Why, Peg + Cat, Arthur, WordGirl, Reading Rainbow and Wild Kratts. From picking a new class pet with Daniel Tiger and his friends, to watching the Kratt Brothers help a lost otter cub find its family, this DVD features hours of animal fun. Along with taking kids on animal adventures, these stories also feature valuable educational lessons. Kids will learn about letters and words while watching Super Why and WordWorld, about math with their friends Peg and Cat, and social and emotional skills by watching Daniel Tiger and his family and friends in Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.

20 FURRY TALES” will be available at Walmart stores on October 19, 2015.

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